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to a golden brown and next up is my american-lebanese cuisine creation as the classic crumble gets some lebanese love in pie honey crisped apple and carmelized quince, knafeh cream crumble. you can say that five times fast? can't you see it's a childhood dream to me as i am in the awe-inspiring apple country with my queen knafeh. >> today we are making one of the most famous desserts seen throughout lebanon and the middle east, and it's called knafeh. it's absolutely decadent and delicious sweet, and i think is the queen in my eyes, and so i think so many people think is the queen in lebanon in the middle east, too. basically what it is, it's a layered shredded phyllo dough dessert. basically, what we're going to do is layer the shredded phyllo dough with a cream, like a custard filling, and traditionally, in lebanon and the middle east, it's known as ashtah, which translates to a heavy clotted cream, and they achieve that ashtah, the heavy cream by basically a process of slowly simmering away whole milk and skimming it from the top as it goes along and what you are left with is this he
brown passed -- just signed a bill to raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour -- >> but didn't he oppose that last year? >> he wouldn't do it a year ago, but he's doing it now. why? because he's responding to the strikes of the fast food workers, to the organizing of the wal-mart workers, to the public opinion polls that show that an overwhelming majority of americans believe that if you work full time, you should not live in poverty, that the minimum wage still leaves you desperately below the poverty line. and governor brown realized that. he also recently signed a bill to give driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants, to provide a "domestic workers' bill of rights" to match new york's domestic workers bill of rights. there are legislative changes that are happening all over the country that are the result of these movements. think about if this were january of 1960 and i said to you, "bill, there's going to be a new civil rights movement mostly among young people." you'd probably think like many people thought, i was crazy. but yet on february 1st, 1960 four college students in no
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